Common Blossom-bat (Syconycteris australis) - aka the Queensland Blossom Bat, this small (< fruit bat is found in rainforests, heath and paperbark swamps. It has a specialised diet of nectar and pollen. By Pavel German / Wildlife Images
An extremely rare and fascinating albino Geoffroy's Hairy-legged Bat (Anoura geoffroyi). This species feeds on fruit, nectar, pollen, and insects, and provides efficient seed dispersal and pollinating services for several tree species in Trinidad.
About of all mammal species are bats. The world’s lightest mammal is the bumblebee bat. Bats can consume insects in one night. The world's largest bat, the Rodrigues fruit bat, has a wingspan of up to 6 ft.
Giant Golden-Crowned Flying Fox (Golden-Capped Fruit Bat) - Acerodon jubatus - This megabat of the family Pteropodidae is rare and one of the largest bats in the world. It has a weight of lb kg) and a wingspan of m)